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advantage. it influences every product choice. but beyond the products, sam and ryland understand their aesthetic needs to direct every decision they make. and so even their office was designed to represent their brand. they know that they may only get one chance to make an impression. >> you never know when someone is going to come in that you want to be able to communicate your ideas to. and because it's elegantly displayed and we have a clear, cohesive message, they end up being drawn in and wanting to see what we're doing. >> that's exactly what happened when scott flora, founder of blik, a wall decal can company that calls venice home, first stopped by their offices. >> so scott came into the studio and instantly flipped out. we showed him our aesthetic. it sparked his creativity. he fed back into us and said i would like to give you the tools to print wall decals on vinyl and set up a licensing deal quickly so it didn't cost us any overhead to do. >> to be honest not that many people happen to be just walking by. more happens when sam and ryland take their products on the ro
. >> bill, that jump in new home building sent shares of the nation's biggest home builders higher. ryland up 3.5%. and others have all seen gain. much of the surge in construction was not single family homes however. but multi-family rental apartments. it's a sector that has been growing rapidly over the past few years and now there's concern about a backlash in all those rentalnits tha are hitting the market all at once. diane explains. >> as the market for single family homes recovers, a curious contradiction, rental apartments are going up in demand, but soon could be going down. sales are up 82% from a year ago. running at a pace -- >> we will be seeing winds for the space. and the supply trojectory is changing. and the path way to home owner ship loosening. vacancies fell from 5% a year ago. that pushed rents higher by 3%. despite sluggish job and wage growth, consumers are willing to pay the higher rates. >> it's takiing two to three years to put up an apartment. and that fears on investor fears. >> what we have seen in the multi-spaces is relative under performance to the rest of t
is what barbara had to say about it. >> but just common ryland. >> to? >> to a swift. >> a bad decision? >> of course. never any guessing. here is some advice. user millions to hire barbara. gerri: that's my "2 cents more." coming up thursday, fox business has had a lawn special. we will take a look and all aspects of the industry and how can work better for you. join us for that. that's it for tonight on "the willis report." have a great night. ♪ lou: good evening, everybody. be a break inbeing with us. the obama administration is more than seven month-long effort to limit the public knowledge on what happened in the terrorist attack on our consulate in benghazi. an attack that resulted in the murders of u.s. ambassador christopher stephens, foreign service officer john smith, cia operatives glendora the entire ron woods. at least four state department and cia career employees have sought counsel from private attorneys to represent them in the face of white house threats to prevent them from divulging classified and permission to congress
the city on the hills beach and roger williams founded ryland and was actually appeared in minister. and, on the basis of total, complete separation of church and state. and i thought i was writing about religious the verdi, and that is covered preseason that i was actually writing about liberty itself. and the argument, in fact, the tunnel should have been the title of the book, argue with the publisher. and did not want roger williams name in the title. chiefly because no one had heard of him. [laughter] >> a commercial. interestingly then make a commercial decision that his network. i thought, your nuts. the rabbi at less satisfaction from being proved right. although, as technically did make the times, the new york times list. the argument was the same. made this city and else piece that has mccourt ever since. defining s as a christian nation . and roger williams did not invent the concept of separation of church and state, but he was the first person to put the argument together in a comprehensive way that they should be totally separate. and he was the first person to actually say
comfort. if they kaupe the calls down, pulte and ryland will continue to do because nobody necessarily expects them to keep the costs down because the back log is so high. liz: toll brothers is up 32%, pe is rich at 24 but what do you think, chris, about the about the housing market? do you sill fee positive about it? >> we think the fed will be accommodative to pump money in the system. the housing market is still very long cycle going forward. that is not where we spend a lot of our time but it should continue to give some lift to the economy. we're also looking at cyclicals, oil and gas services we think are in a good position going into the second half of the year. we've seen some of those results this week. and i think it is setting up. and that is all a play on slower growth economy but, not a recession that, you know, i think we've passed it. david: like over in europe as a matter of fact. what is superior by the way is one of your energy picks. that is an energy drilling and equipment company but, chris, we have more earnings to come but we've had the bulk of a lot of big earni
. meantime elsewhere, most of these numb percent aers are pre. ryland talked about numbers, up 54% even with acquisitions 35%, organic growth? that's pretty good. m/i homes, contracts were up 30%. we had a bounce in precious metals. have you watched some of these gold stocks? everybody hates gold. gold is up mother -- another 2% today. these gold stocks are now being bought from the bottom. i think the big thing here, jim, we are hearing a lot of stories about indian buyers. women of india, largest gold buyers in the world sw, have ta note of the drop in prices and all sorts of stories of women hanging out at some bazaar in mumbai snatching up very large gold pieces. i've seen nice pictures that ap and reuters have had recently on that. guys, back to you. >> bob, thank you. bob pisani. >>> even though gold went down, gold coins soareded in demand. i think that the gold common stocks are bad. i think gold futures not so good. gold coins, more on fire than ever. people want to own gold. they want to own gold. >> you're right about that. someone else who might agree, rick santelli at the c
governor of boston. but on page number two from newport ryland similar home distraction of masters. so year for a three day right, a to do list. day one, a symbol. make effigies and the hated loyalists. hoist effigies by night. make a fire and burned effigies to ashes. she's a deputies of the town committees a committee to inspect the deputies. they never to come in the evening, gathered crowd and marks to the house have a loyal is number one. saturn is when does a bride is doors to pieces. damage petitions and run furniture. marched to the home of hated loyalists number two. tear his house to pieces. demolishes furniture and ravages don't. drink some wind. marched to the home. pheasant is some he does not resign. receive the promise of resignation, returned to the first two loans to continue the destruction. then the following morning, day three, listen to the public resignation and wafer loyalists to sail to england and selling real estate. so we have such violence reported in the newspapers. this is an a boston newspaper. surely the most audience were probably pleased to see that what th
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